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Nonhyeon-dong, Seoul
Nonhyeon-dong is a ward of Gangnam-gu
Gangnam-gu
in Seoul, South Korea. It borders Apgujeong
Apgujeong
and Sinsa-dong on the north, Samseong-dong
Samseong-dong
on the northeast, and Yeoksam-dong
Yeoksam-dong
to the south.[1][2]Contents1 Education 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksEducation[edit] Schools located in Nonhyeon-dong: Seoul
Seoul
Hakdong Elementary School Seoul
Seoul
Nonhyeon Elementary School Eonbuk Middle SchoolSee also[edit]Dong of Gangnam-gu Administrative divisions of South KoreaReferences[edit]^ a b "논현동 (Nonhyeon-dong 論峴洞)" (in Korean). Doosan Encyclopedia. Retrieved 2008-04-16.  ^ "The origin of the names: Nonhyeon-dong" (in Korean). Gangnam-gu official site
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Hangul
Hangul
Hangul
(/ˈhɑːnˌɡuːl/ HAHN-gool;[1] from Korean hangeul 한글 [ha(ː)n.ɡɯl]) is the Korean alphabet. It has been used to write the Korean language
Korean language
since its creation in the 15th century under Sejong the Great.[2][3] It is the official writing system of South Korea
South Korea
and North Korea. It is a co-official writing system in the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture and Changbai Korean Autonomous County
Changbai Korean Autonomous County
in Jilin
Jilin
Province, China. It is sometimes used to write the Cia-Cia language
Cia-Cia language
spoken near the town of Bau-Bau, Indonesia. The alphabet consists of 19 consonants and 21 vowels. Hangul
Hangul
letters are grouped into syllabic blocks, vertically and horizontally
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Itaewon
Itaewon
Itaewon
(Korean: 이태원, 梨泰院, [itʰɛwʌn]) refers to an area surrounding Itaewon-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea. It is served by Seoul
Seoul
Subway Line 6 via Itaewon, Noksapyeong, and Hanganjin stations. About 22,000 people reside in the district and it is a popular area for residents of Seoul, tourists, expats, and U.S. military personnel.Contents1 Local attractions1.1 Gyeongnidan Street2 Festival 3 In popular culture 4 Transportation 5 See also 6 Notes 7 External linksLocal attractions[edit]This article is written like a travel guide rather than an encyclopedic description of the subject. Please help improve it by rewriting it in an encyclopedic style. If a travel guide is intended, use of Wikivoyage
Wikivoyage
is strongly suggested
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COEX Mall
Starfield COEX Mall (formerly known as COEX Mall), containing COnvention centers, EXhibition halls and many malls, is an underground shopping mall in Gangnam-gu
Gangnam-gu
Seoul, South Korea. It has an area of about 154,000 square metres, of which 144,000 square meters are on a single underground floor, making it the world's largest underground shopping mall.[1] The mall is located at Samseong-dong
Samseong-dong
served by Samseong Station
Samseong Station
on Seoul
Seoul
Metro Line 2, at the intersection of Teheranno
Teheranno
and Yeongdong Dae-ro
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Daehangno
Daehangno
Daehangno
(Hangul:대학로 Hanja:大學路, lit. "college street") is a neighborhood in Seoul
Seoul
north of the Han River within Jongno-gu
Jongno-gu
and Seodaemun-gu. Formerly known as Sunggyobang (Hangul:숭교방 Hanja:崇敎坊), meaning "high respect for teaching", its current name was designated when the 1.1 km six-lane road from Hyehwa-dong
Hyehwa-dong
(혜화동) rotary to Ihwadong (이화동 梨花洞) crossroad was designated as a "street of culture" on May 5, 1985.Contents1 Overview 2 History 3 Tourism 4 External linksOverview[edit] Daehangno
Daehangno
is the street from the crossroad of 79-1, Jongno
Jongno
5-ga, Jongno-gu, to Hyehwadong rotary, 132, Hyehwa-dong
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Heunginjimun
Heunginjimun, literally "Gate of Rising Benevolence" or more commonly known as Dongdaemun, is one of The Eight Gates of Seoul
The Eight Gates of Seoul
in the Fortress Wall of Seoul, a prominent landmark in central Seoul, South Korea. The Korean name "Dongdaemun" means "Great East Gate," and it was so named because it was the major eastern gate in the wall that surrounded Seoul
Seoul
during the Joseon Dynasty. The gate is located at Jongno
Jongno
6-ga in Jongno-gu.Contents1 History 2 Characteristics 3 Location of the Gate 4 Images 5 See also 6 ReferencesHistory[edit] The structure was first built by King Taejo during his fifth year of reign (1398). It was renovated in 1453, and the current structure is the one rebuilt in 1869. In August 2011, the roof of the gate was partially damaged by record rainfall. The rain-inflicted damage includes chipped roof's ridge
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Gangnam (3 Districts)
Gangnam or Gangnam three Districts is the area of three "gu" (local government wards) in Seoul, South Korea, individually known as Gangnam-gu,[1][2] Seocho-gu and Songpa-gu and often collectively referred to as "Gangnam". Gangnam is strictly a Sino-Korean place name meaning "south of the river". These districts are known for their expensive real estate. Media reports frequently refer to this area when they cover stories about real estate. The area has been developed very quickly in an organized way since the 1970s by the government and is now home to many companies and a target of real estate investors. Residents of this area are regarded as very affluent by South Koreans. See also[edit]Real Estate in South Korea Gangnam Style Gangnam StationReferences[edit]^ Rogers, Simon (25 October 2012). "Gangnam Style: how Seoul's most exclusive neighbourhood went global". The Guardian. Retrieved 26 February 2013.  ^ Rachel Sang-hee Han; Frances Cha (17 December 2012)
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Garosu-gil
Garosu-gil(Hangul: 가로수길) is an area in Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea. The name Garosu-gil, meaning "tree-lined street", refers to the ginkgo trees planted along the streets in the area. Garosu-gil is known for upscale boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and cafes, among others.[1] Garosu-gil, along with 'Cheongdam’s Fashion Street' in Cheongdam-dong
Cheongdam-dong
and Apgujeong Rodeo Street in Apgujeong-dong, connected by the main Apgujeong-ro, are together seen as fashionable and trendsetting destinations in the public.[2][3] However, as the popularity of the famous people increased and the rents of commercial areas rose, many of the phenomena of gentrification, in which the existing stores were unable to cope and were driven outward, As a result, it became a cosmetics shop mecca for Chinese tourists in the "Soho" style street where small shops are gathered
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Hongdae Area
The Hongdae (Hangul: 홍대; Hanja: 弘大) is a region in Seoul, South Korea
South Korea
near Hongik University, after which it is named. It is known for its urban arts and indie music culture, clubs and entertainments. The area is located in Mapo-gu
Mapo-gu
in the western end of Seoul, stretching from Seogyo-dong to Hapjeong-dong.Contents1 Name 2 Characteristics 3 Events3.1 Zandari Festa 3.2 Live Club Day 3.3 Street Art Exhibition 3.4 Free Market4 Transport 5 In popular culture 6 Gallery 7 References 8 External linksName[edit] Hongdae (Hangul: 홍대) is an abbreviation of Hongik Daehakgyo, Hongik University
Hongik University
(홍익대학교)
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Idae Area
Idae (이대) is a neighbourhood in Seodaemun-gu, Seoul. Name[edit] Idae is the abbreviated form of Ewha Womans University (이화여자대학교). Like Hongdae, the nearby university serves as a metonym for the area. Attractions[edit] The Idae area is home to many restaurants, several outdoor shopping areas and the Ewha Campus. The Idae area is serviced by the Ewha Womans University Station on the Seoul
Seoul
Subway Line 2, also known as the green line. Many of the shops in the area cater to Ewha's female students specifically. The neighboring Sinchon
Sinchon
is better known for nightlife. Idae is full of budget-friendly shopping outlets and trendy clothing stores. It is a popular place to shop for the university students in the area, and also has frequent live music performances. Also, there are so many cosmetic shops in front of this area
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Insa-dong
Insa-dong
Insa-dong
is a dong, or neighborhood of the Jongno-gu
Jongno-gu
district of Seoul
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Jongno
Jongno
Jongno
(literally "Bell Street") is a trunk road and one of the oldest major east–west thoroughfares in Seoul, South Korea. Jongno
Jongno
connects Gwanghwamun Plaza
Gwanghwamun Plaza
to Dongdaemun. The area surrounding Jongno
Jongno
is a part of Downtown Seoul
Seoul
and one of the most prominent cultural, historical, and financial area. Many important landmarks are located along its length, including the Bigak pavilion at Sejongno, the Bosingak
Bosingak
belfry (hence the street's name), Tapgol Park
Tapgol Park
(Pagoda Park), the Jongmyo
Jongmyo
royal ancestral shrine, and the aforementioned Dongdaemun
Dongdaemun
(Great East Gate). Seoul
Seoul
Subway Line 1 passes under Jongno
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List Of Neighbourhoods Of Seoul
Neighbourhoods of Seoul are not governmental administrative divisions, but rather more informal area designations, often surrounding a particular landmark, such as a road, a university, or a gate of the old city. Names are listed in Hangul and Hanja.Apgujeong (압구정 狎鷗亭) Bukchon Hanok Village (북촌 한옥마을 北村 韓屋마을) Cartoon Street (카툰 거리) COEX Mall Cheongdam-dong (청담동 淸潭洞) Daehangno (대학로 大學路) Dongdaemun (동대문 東大門) Gangnam (강남 江南) Guryong Hongdae (홍대 弘大) Idae (이대 梨大) Ihwa Mural Village (이화 벽화마을) Insadong (인사동 仁寺洞) Itaewon (이태원 梨泰院) Jongno (종로 鐘路) Myeongdong (명동 明洞) Namdaemun (남대문 南大門) Seorae Village (서래마을 西來마을) Seoul Station (서울역 서울驛) Sillim (신림 新林) Sincheon (신천 新川) Sinchon (신촌 新村) Teheranno (테헤란로) Yeouido (여의
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Munjeong-dong Rodeo Street
Munjeong-dong
Munjeong-dong
Rodeo Street is a major outlet shopping center in Seoul, South Korea. Clothing of many types is found here, some at substantially discounted rates. Most of the major Korean labels have stores here, as do many international brands.[1] Due to lack of available streetside space, many stores are located on the basement, 2nd and 3rd floors. One may pick up a map with store locations at the tourist office located on the main street. This area is accessible from Exit 1 of Munjeong Station, a station on Line 8 of the Seoul
Seoul
Subway. See also[edit]Apgujeong-dong Cheongdam-dongReferences[edit]^ " Munjeong-dong
Munjeong-dong
Rodeo Street"
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Namdaemun Market
Namdaemun
Namdaemun
Market is a large traditional market in Seoul, South Korea. The market is located next to Namdaemun, the "Great South Gate," which was the main southern gate to the old city.[1] It is the oldest and largest market in Korea.[2]Contents1 History 2 Characteristics 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] Namdaemun
Namdaemun
market dates back to 1414, during the reign of King Taejong, as a government managed marketplace. In 1608, King Seonjo set up the office of seonhyecheong (hangul: 선혜청, hanja: 宣惠廳, "tribute bureau") in the district to manage the tributes of rice, cloth and money
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Seochon
Seochon
Seochon
(서촌) is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Jongno-gu
Jongno-gu
in northern Seoul, South Korea. It translates as "West village" or "Western village" as it is west of the Gyeongbok Palace
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